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Hazen upends Trinity

HAZEN -- Sarah Grimm had 13 kills and 16 digs as Hazen claimed a 25-17, 25-19, 18-25, 25-18 victory over Dickinson Trinity on Tuesday in a District 14 volleyball match.

HAZEN -- Sarah Grimm had 13 kills and 16 digs as Hazen claimed a 25-17, 25-19, 18-25, 25-18 victory over Dickinson Trinity on Tuesday in a District 14 volleyball match.

Nikki Grinsteinner led the Titans with nine blocks and seven kills.

Katie Kovash had team highs of nine kills and 15 digs for Trinity.

Trinity 17 19 25 18 -- 1

Hazen 25 25 18 25 -- 3

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Kills: T, Katie Kovash 9, Aly Schieno 8, Nikki Grinsteinner 7, Andrea Jirges 4. H, Sarah Grimm 13, Payton Borud 9, Breaunna Oakland 7, DeeAnna Ziegler 6.

Blocks: T, Grinsteinner 9, Jirges 6, Kenzie Glasser 1. H, Rachael Hansana 2, Ziegler 1, Grimm 1.

Aces: T, Kovash 1, Glasser 1, Schieno 1, Mariah Quintus 1, Nicole Kristianson 1, Kelsey Barth 1. H, Hansana 3, Borud 3, Christine Irwin 1.

Digs: T, Kovash 15, Barth 7, Schieno 7, Glasser 6, Kristianson 6. H, Grimm 16, Hansana 7, Borud 6.

Assists: T, Glasser 24, Christina Zach 1. H, Hansana 27, Oakland 1, Borud 1.

Records: Hazen 22-11-1, 5-0 District 13.

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